Peter N. Hall focuses his practice on labor and employment law, with an emphasis on litigation matters. He counsels both large and small employers on a variety of labor and employment issues, including avoidance of discrimination and retaliation claims, compliance with disability and medical leave requirements, wage and hour issues, employee termination, restrictive covenants, union avoidance, and elections and records retention. Peter has counseled and defended employers before state administrative agencies in Georgia and other states, as well as before federal agencies, including the EEOC and the DOL. He frequently drafts employment, restrictive covenant and separation agreements, and has experience drafting and reviewing multistate and multinational employee handbooks.
Peter has litigated numerous complex and contentious employment matters, including trade secret, restrictive covenant, computer fraud and theft, ERISA, discrimination, and wage and hour violations. He also has experience litigating commercial cases involving franchisor/franchisee disputes, breach of contract claims, fraud/misrepresentation and breach of warranty. He has represented clients before state and federal agencies and courts, as well as in alternative dispute resolution forums.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Peter N. Hall